Let's take a look at how to configure a rubric for identifying a provisional grade. Regardless of task type you'll be able to use this rubric with your assignment and speed grader too, and this will speed up the process for feedback. Follow these steps as shown. Let's add a rubric to identify a provisional grade for the assessment task. Click the add rubric button and either author a new rubric or find one that is already prepared. In this instance let's use one prepared earlier of course. When you prepare one from scratch ensure the titles specified it as a grading rubric make sure your rubric provides clear criteria and descriptors that identify what the different levels of performance look like avoid the use of adjectives and adverbs that are subjective and open to different interpretations such as appropriate or sufficient. For example think how much clearer it would be for a student to understand a criteria descriptor that said description includes explicit reference to lighting symbolism color and framing of image as opposed to a very good description of image. This also helps the student to work out what is required to achieve that rating in their work a well authored rubric will limit the need for any additional handwritten feedback and also allow students to anticipate their potential assessment outcome prior to submission. Now that your rubric is configured let's go and check it out in speed grader and see how you'd use it. You'll see a reminder that advises you to always determine competency before using the grading rubric click the view rubric button. This will show you the rubric you just created. Select the rating as appropriate. It will highlight green or if you want to enter an alternative point value do this manually. The rubric will automatically calculate the total points and display at the bottom once finished click Save grade will then show a CHD CDI CC or CAG based on the chosen RMIT ve scheme as well as showing the points finally. Let's view that provisional grade as CHD CDI CC or CHE as appropriate students will be able to see their grade by viewing the result in grades. To see how this will appear do the following navigate to grades either from speed grader or from the main course navigation the assignment entry grading rubric will display the letter grade and points if you are assessing for competency first as required. You should also see a tick in the assignment entry competency rubric next to your graded entry.
The following instructions will assist you to control the video player using the keyboard.
Starting and stopping the video
- Use the Tab or Shift + Tab keyboard combination to navigate the video player controls.
- Navigate to the Play button using the Tab or Shift + Tab keyboard combination.
- Press the Spacebar or Enter key to toggle between play and pause.
- Navigate to the closed captions button using the Tab or Shift + Tab keyboard combination.
- Press the Spacebar or Enter key to open the closed captions menu.
- Navigate to the preferred close captions option using the Tab or Shift + Tab keyboard combination.
- Press the Spacebar or Enter key to activate the close caption option.
- Navigate to the volume slider using the Tab or Shift + Tab keyboard combination.
- Press the left or right arrow to decrease and increase the volume.
- Navigate to the full screen button using the Tab or Shift + Tab keyboard combination.
- Press the Spacebar or Enter key to toggle between full screen video and normal size.